Introducing The Elevate Squared Lantern Roof!

Introducing The Elevate Squared Lantern Roof!
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Date: 20 June 2019

New from Summer 2019, innovative systems house Liniar is delighted to announce the launch of a perfectly square version of its popular lantern style roof, Elevate – meet “Elevate Squared”!

Initially introduced in December 2018, Elevate has taken the roofing market by storm, with an installation time as low as 30 minutes. The new square version, exhibited at the FIT Show in May to great acclaim, offers even more choice for homeowners wishing to introduce more light into their orangeries and flat roof extensions.

Elevate is supplied in kit format with everything needed for a swift installation, meaning minimal disruption for homeowners. A thermally efficient glazed lantern style roof, Elevate is still available in its original rectangular shape; with new components now enabling a perfect square shape – hence Elevate Squared!

The square version of the Elevate lantern roof is just as quick to install as its predecessor and comes with Liniar’s patented Glazing Stop for zero glass slippage and Weather Dam for unbeatable weather performance.

Pairing the Elevate roof with an existing Liniar window suite or installing as part of a brand new extension or orangery? Elevate is available in up to 36 colour combinations from stock – both solid colours and woodgrain foils – with matching top and end caps for a seamless finish.

The square Elevate lantern roof boasts beautiful aesthetics and is available in dimensions from just 600 x 600mm right up to 2100mm x 2100mm. Just like the Liniar window suite, the Elevate lantern roof comes with a 10 year guarantee as standard.

Widely available from July 2019, you can enquire now by emailing roofs@liniar.co.uk or find out more information about the Elevate lantern roof range at www.liniar.co.uk/elevate.

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